Discovery Channel, in collaboration with Astro, dive in to chronicle the intricacies and commitment involved in the World’s Longest Underwater Cleanup in “Reef Rescuers”, a 30-minute exclusive special that documents this milestone-setting conservation project which recently set a new Guinness World Records title.

An Astro Kasih “Beautiful Malaysia” initiative, the World’s Longest Underwater Cleanup took an epic 168 hours of non-stop cleaning over seven days between 6th April to 13th April at Tunku Abdul Rahman Park in Sabah, and the endearing dedication of 134 volunteer divers from Australia, France, Hong Kong, Lithuania, New Zealand, Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, and Malaysia who made over 1,120 dives at 224 dive locations surrounding the park.

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In “Reef Rescuers”, go behind the scenes to uncover the complex planning and coordination that went into this mammoth undertaking; discover more about underwater conservation, experience the joys, and be inspired by the uplifting congregation of individuals who journeyed from across the globe to work towards a common purpose – to preserve Mother Earth and build a sustainable, pollution-free environment for generations to come.

Click to watch the promo clip!

“Reef Rescuers” premieres 30th May 2013 (Thursday) at 7pm on Discovery Channel (Astro Channel 551) and Discovery Channel HD (Astro Channel 571).

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